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The Copenhagen Accord and the future of the international climate change regime

Sindico, Francesco (2010) The Copenhagen Accord and the future of the international climate change regime. Revista Catalana de Dret Ambiental, 1 (1). pp. 1-24.

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Abstract

This paper analyses the environmental integrity, the nature and the political relevance of the Copenhagen Accord. According to the first two parameters, the Copenhagen Accord is not satisfactory. From a political point of view the conclusion is slightly different, albeit not positive. This paper concludes arguing that after the Copenhagen Conference the future of the international climate change legal regime is likely to be more fragmented, the Accord being one further piece of the global carbon puzzle.